Is the fuel pump part of the fuel tank?
Servicing your fuel system is easy when you shop here because we have everything you need to do the job. The fuel tank is more than just a reservoir for fuel. On most vehicles it houses the fuel pump and it also may have valves and sensors for the EVAP system.
When did I change the fuel pump on my GMC Sierra?
I changed the fuel pump on my 1996 GMC Sierra earlier in the year. I cut through my truck bed right above the fuel pump so I would have easier access to it. For the most part my truck has been fine but I have had problems with the ground wire coming from the fuel pump. At first I thought it was just the old rusty bolt that grounds the fuel pump
Is there a ground strap for a fuel pump?
There should be a ground strap from the starter to the frame, and another from the same bolt to the firewall. These can also cause your fuel pump issues. make sure all are good and clean, electrical grease or CRC as recommended above.
What should I look for in a fuel pump?
Little or no change in fuel pressure would indicate a weak fuel pump, not a bad regulator. You should also check the fuel pump’s ability to deliver an adequate supply of fuel by measuring fuel volume. A good fuel pump is usually capable of delivering at least 750 ml (3/4 quart) of fuel in 30 seconds.
Can a genuine GM fuel pump be replaced?
Whether you drive a Pontiac GTO, a GMC Sierra 3500 HD, late model, or a new model, replace your fuel pump with a genuine GM part. OEM GM fuel pumps are designed to last as long as the original part. OEM GM fuel pumps are exact fit replacement parts, so you can count on all of the bolt holes lining up.
How to replace a fuel pump in a 1995 GMC 5.7?
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What makes an OEM fuel pump so good?
OEM GM fuel pumps are designed to last as long as the original part. OEM GM fuel pumps are exact fit replacement parts, so you can count on all of the bolt holes lining up. An OEM fuel pump is optimized to meet the needs of your model, so you will always have the proper amount of fuel being sent to your engine.
Where are the fuel pumps located on a GM car?
The fuel pumps draw the fuel from the tank to the engine, and are housed on the bottom of the tank. Pumps are mechanical parts that can wear out over time; although, the pumps are designed to last for a very long time. If you notice a whining from the fuel tank or difficulty starting your GM, your fuel pump may be failing you.